Adolphe Appian
1818-1898, French

A Pond Near Rousillon
1818-1898, French

This 1867 Barbizon style etching by Adolphe Appian measures 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches and is plate signed. Framed.


Barque de Pecheurs
1818-1898, French

Etching, image size 4 3/8 x 8 1/8 inches, 1874, plate signed and dated.


Le Pecheur
1818-1898, French

Etching with remarque, image size 10 1/5 x 15 1/4 inches, c. 1870, plate signed l.l. "Appian", indecipherable pencil signature l.r. indicates that this is a copy of an etching by Appian.

Painting

Whitby, Yorkshire
1803-1840, British

Oil on canvas, 12 1/2 x 15 5/8 inches, c. 1830, signed "Chambers- Whitby" on the back of the sinking ship. A dramatic scene of a shipwreck in the stormy seas. Chambers was a painter from Whitby, Yorkshire, who specialized in seascapes. He was the son of a fisherman, and as a young boy served as a cabin boy on a merchant ship. He later spent some time in London as a set painter for the Pavillion Theater. Chambers was best known for his paintings of ships and naval battles, many of which are in museums and galleries in Britain.

Print

Standard Fisheries
1894-1979, American

This 1941 etching by John Winkler measures 13 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches and is pencil signed. Winkler was originally from Austria coming to America at the age 16. After various jobs he impulsively enrolled in the San Francisco Art Institute and soon discovered his talent as an etcher. He became good friends with John Taylor Arms as well as Arthur Heintzelman. His works are found in many major museums throughout the US and Europe.

Drawing

Monadnock View
1872- c.1950, American

An unfinished sketch of Monadnock by Marlboro artist, Dexter Dawes. Pencil on medium weight paper, measuring 11 x 15 inches.